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    Re: Model 36 r???

    Mr Fixit.... I have been putting some penetrating oil on it for only a few hours now... I got a little busy with work the past few days. Also I have to get a punch small enought to try and drive that pin out. I will let you know how it goes over the next few days. Thanks for checking up on me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by City Slicker
    I know....everybody wants pictures.




    Interesting... ADL roll stamp and no checkering.

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    I've thought about what I would want next in a Marlin and I do believe it would a 24" Model 1936 or 36 in 32 Special. Just something about them that intrigues me.
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    Re: Model 36 r???

    Quote Originally Posted by WBAYOU
    Mr Fixit.... I have been putting some penetrating oil on it for only a few hours now... I got a little busy with work the past few days. Also I have to get a punch small enought to try and drive that pin out. I will let you know how it goes over the next few days. Thanks for checking up on me.
    You can cut or grind the end off of a small finishing nail and use that as a punch. Try a blow dryer on it as well.




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    My 36G has nothing stamped anywhere. (circa 1965) The receiver is drilled for mounts. Of all my Marlins this is by far my #1 pick. super9

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    Re: Model 36 r???

    Mike Leck
    Interesting... ADL roll stamp and no checkering.
    Do you think Remington had anything to do with that?
    Should I send it back?


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    Quote Originally Posted by super9
    My 36G has nothing stamped anywhere. (circa 1965) The receiver is drilled for mounts. Of all my Marlins this is by far my #1 pick. super9
    I'd bet dollars to donuts that your 36 is also a roundbolt and not the squarebolt. Marlin changed from the squarebolt 36 to the roundbolt 336 in 1948. That later 36s are just 336s with hardwood finished stocks. And every one I've seen is stamped Glenfield.
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    Quote Originally Posted by City Slicker
    Mike Leck
    Do you think Remington had anything to do with that?
    Should I send it back?
    Oh my word, NO!

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    Re: Model 36 r???

    Its a really nice carbine! The pin'll come out, just take your time, like they said warming up might help if it gives you trouble.
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    Re: Model 36 r???

    Well I got the pin out....finishing nails bent, so I had to sacrafice one of my 3/8oz jigheads and use that as my punch...it popped right out, however I still can't get the other part to come out...it must be completely locked in rust behind there, so I am now submerging that section in penetrating oil to see if that might loosen it up a little more. I tried the heat from a hair dryer but no luck. I thought I would have been able to just pop it out with a small screwdriver but it seems to be stuck pretty good. Time to try another method.



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